From July 8th to 11th 2022, 40 master’s and diploma students of weißensee kunsthochschule berlin will present their final projects in the exhibition “Yet Yet” at KühlhausBerlin.
Image oben: Elli Brandauer, Vanglorious Sobriety, Performance, Berlin, 2022
The end of an art degree and the beginning of an artist’s career are often associated with a sense of waiting, uncertainty and precariousness, but also with the opportunities and possibilities of artistic action.
The 40 graduates of sculpture and painting want to refer to these contradictory experiences with the exhibition title “Yet Yet”. The show, curated by Ayşe Güngör and Marit Lena Herrmann, represents a broad spectrum of artistic practice with paintings, drawings, photographs, video works, performances, sculptures, textile works and multimedia installations.
It also documents an intensive engagement with various current topics ─ these include, for example, reflections on social origins, socio-political issues as well as personal stories.
The young artists visualise memories and prophecies, they discuss their own corporeality and tactile experiences of both their respective lifeworlds and society. With the exhibition, they want to create a space for exchange, reflection and lively discourse.
Ahmad Alhamidi, Anna Luca Mogyoros, Carla Schliephack, Charlotte Jacoby, Chia-Ying Chiang, Clara Pistner, Dachil Sado, Daniela Villalobos Araújo, Dorna Dibaj, Elisabeth Brandauer, Emanuel Goldmund, Evelina Reiter, Fadi Aljabour, Frida Penelope Ortgies-Tonn, Helena Ommert, Isu Donggeon Kim, Johanna Krahé, Johannes Popp, Johannes Weilandt, Julie Peter, Katya Quel Elizarova, Keanu Sapadi, Kurt Fritsche / Joshua Gottmanns, Lia Rutenberg, Magdalena Bichler, Marié Nobematsu Le Gassic, Marlies Pahlenberg, Mona Schmidtke, Navot Miller, Nina Plášková, Oskar Zaumseil, Paul Gehri, Shira Orion, Shona Stark, Sofia Efremenko, Sophia Koellmer, Theseas Efstathopoulos, Ximena Ferrer Pizarro, Yunsun Kim
Opening: Thursday, 7. July 2022, 18 – 22 Uhr
Exhibition: Friday, 8. July to Monday, 11. July 2022 – noon to – 8:00 pm
Luckenwalder Straße 3
Admission is free